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  2. Juror Qualification Questionnaire

    www.casd.uscourts.gov/Jurors/juror-qualification...

    We encourage you to complete the questionnaire online by clicking on the link below. In order to log in you will required to enter the following information: Your unique 9-digit participant number located to the right of your name and address on the questionnaire. The first three letters of your last name, exactly as shown on the questionnaire.

  3. eJuror Questionnaires | District of New Jersey | United ...

    www.njd.uscourts.gov/.../faq/ejuror_questionnaires

    I received a letter to complete a qualification questionnaire via eJuror, but what if I need a paper copy? If you do not have access to a computer and would like to request a paper questionnaire be mailed to you, please contact the Juror Qualification Questionnaire Request Line at 1-844-238-0864.

  4. eJuror : Login Page

    ecf.insd.uscourts.gov/ejuror/TransportRoom?...

    In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form. Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located next to your name and address on the form you received in the mail). Click on the "Questionnaire/Summons Example" to help you locate your participant number.

  5. Jury Questionnaire Frequently Asked Questions DO NOT NOT Is ...

    www.vbgov.com/.../Documents/QuestionnaireFAQS.pdf

    Why did I receive another Questionnaire? Prior years’ Questionnaire records are deleted to ensure impartiality and random selection. I have already served jury duty. Can I be called to serve again? Yes, unless you “reported” for jury service in a “State Court” within the last three years or you do not meet one of the other qualification.

  6. eJuror : Login Page

    ejuror2.uscourts.gov/ejuror-nysd/TransportRoom?...

    In order to log into eJuror, please enter the following identifying information located on your form. Enter your 9 digit Participant Number (located next to your name and address on the form you received in the mail). Click on the "Questionnaire/Summons Example" to help you locate your participant number.

  7. eJuror : Login Page

    ejuror1.uscourts.gov/ejuror-cacd/TransportRoom?...

    If you are completing your Juror Qualification Questionnaire for the first time, it will take approximately 10 minutes to complete the Questionnaire. Your responses will not be retained if you exit before completion of the entire Questionnaire. If you are checking on your Status or Reporting Instructions, please login.

  8. Juror Questionnaire | District of Rhode Island | United ...

    www.rid.uscourts.gov/juror-questionnaire

    In addition, the Court may ultimately direct you to appear before a District Judge to explain your failure to complete the Juror Qualification Questionnaire. The Court is authorized to impose a fine of not more than $1,000, imprisonment of not more than three days, community service, or any combination thereof.

  9. Answers to All Your Questions About Jury Duty in NJ - HG.org

    www.hg.org/legal-articles/answers-to-all-your...

    You must complete this questionnaire. The most convenient way is to enter your juror ID number at the New Jersey Courts website. If you want to be excused from jury duty, the possible reasons for exemption can be found on the paper questionnaire. To file for an exemption, it must be mailed in with supporting documents like a doctor’s note.

  10. Jury Questionnaire FAQs | District of New Jersey | United ...

    www.njd.uscourts.gov/.../faq/jury_questionnaires

    The form you received is a juror qualification questionnaire. If the Court deems you qualified to serve as a juror, you will receive a summons for service with an appearance date, time, reporting and calling instructions. You may receive this summons within the next two years.

  11. What happens if I don’t show up for jury duty in California?

    www.shouselaw.com/ca/blog/criminal-defense/...

    Missing a jury duty date will usually lead to a second summons for jury duty. However, continuing to ignore a summons may be treated as contempt of court and punished by fines, jail time or both.